Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Years of mechanism: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Details for Mechanism ID: 9616
Country/Region: Tanzania
Year: 2014
Main Partner: IntraHealth International, Inc.
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: NGO
Funding Agency: HHS/CDC
Total Funding: $4,253,500 Additional Pipeline Funding: N/A

NOTE: The following is taken from summaries released by PEPFAR on the PEPFAR Data Dashboard. They are incomplete summary paragraphs only and do not contain the full mechanism details. When the full narratives are released, we will update the mechanism pages accordingly.

IntraHealth International (IHI) is an international NGO supporting the MOHSW NACP to strengthen, expand, and sustain high quality GBV, VMMC, and HTC services for HIV prevention. HTC will be implemented in Arusha, Kigoma, Geita, Mara, Mwanza, Shinyanga and Simiyu regions targeting individuals attending health care facilities, couples, VMMC clients, pediatric patients, and key populations. HTC programming will focus on institutionalizing quality of care, building local capacity, increasing access to HTC services, orienting HCWs to new guidelines, and strengthening referral and linkages to care and treatment centers (CTCs). VMMC will be implemented in Mara, Shinyanga, and Simiyu targeting 10-29 year olds. GBV services will be implemented in Mara and one other priority region, TBD.


1. To increase access to optimum quality HTC services through strengthening HTC, GBV, and VMMC services.

2. To support the MOHSW/NACP to expand comprehensive VMMC services for HIV prevention.

3. To support the MOHSW/NACP to develop, disseminate, and operationalize guidelines and tools for quality assurance (QA) of HTC services.

4. To strengthen referrals and linkages to prevention, care and treatment services through partnership with MOHSW/NACP and partners.

5. To integrate GBV response services into existing facility-based services and expand these to additional facilities.

IHI’s strategies will be aligned with the National Health Sector HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan (HSHSP) and other national policies and guidelines. IHI’s FY 2013 EA DSP UEs were reviewed and found to be comparable to similar partners; expenditures reported were in line with programmatic priorities and approved budgets.

Mechanism Allocation by Budget Code for Selected Year
Biomedical Prevention: Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (CIRC) $3,083,500
Testing: HIV Testing and Counseling (HVCT) $1,170,000
Mechanism Target Information

Since COP2014, PEPFAR no longer produces narratives for every mechanism it funds. However, PEPFAR has now included performance targets or indicator information for each mechanism based on the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting (MER) system. The MER guidance is available on PEPFAR's website Note that COP years 2014-2015 were under a previous version of the MER system and the indicators and definitions may have changed as of the new 2.0 guidance.

MER Indicator MER description Target Fiscal Year Target
GEND_GBV Age: 0-9 2015 187
GEND_GBV Age: 10-14 2015 414
GEND_GBV Age: 15-17 2015 679
GEND_GBV Age: 18-24 2015 1,095
GEND_GBV Age: 25+ 2015 1,625
GEND_GBV By PEP service provision (related to sexual violence services provided) 2015 96
GEND_GBV Number of people receiving post-GBV care 2015 4,000
GEND_GBV Sex: Female 2015 3,455
GEND_GBV Sex: Male 2015 545
GEND_GBV Sum of Age disaggregates 2015 4,000
GEND_GBV Sum of Sex disaggregates 2015 4,000
HTS_TST Age/sex: 1-4 Female 2015 766
HTS_TST Age/sex: 1-4 Male 2015 1,728
HTS_TST Age/sex: 10-14 Female 2015 8,574
HTS_TST Age/sex: 10-14 Male 2015 19,176
HTS_TST Age/sex: 15-19 Female 2015 12,200
HTS_TST Age/sex: 15-19 Male 2015 13,598
HTS_TST Age/sex: 20-24 Female 2015 42,737
HTS_TST Age/sex: 20-24 Male 2015 47,605
HTS_TST Age/sex: 25-49 Female 2015 54,815
HTS_TST Age/sex: 25-49 Male 2015 61,205
HTS_TST Age/sex: 5-9 Female 2015 3,620
HTS_TST Age/sex: 5-9 Male 2015 8,136
HTS_TST Age/sex: 50+ Female 2015 12,191
HTS_TST Age/sex: 50+ Male 2015 13,649
HTS_TST Aggregated Age/sex - USE WITH HQ PERMISSION ONLY: <15 Female 2015 12,960
HTS_TST Aggregated Age/sex - USE WITH HQ PERMISSION ONLY: <15 Male 2015 29,040
HTS_TST Aggregated Age/sex - USE WITH HQ PERMISSION ONLY: 15+ Female 2015 121,943
HTS_TST Aggregated Age/sex - USE WITH HQ PERMISSION ONLY: 15+ Male 2015 136,057
HTS_TST Number of individuals who received T&C services for HIV and received their test results during the past 12 months 2015 315,004
HTS_TST Sum of Age/Sex disaggregates 2015 300,000
HTS_TST Sum of Aggregated Age/Sex <15 2015 42,000
HTS_TST Sum of Aggregated Age/Sex 15+ 2015 258,000
HTS_TST Sum of Aggregated Age/Sex disaggregates 2015 300,000
SITE_SUPP By program area/support type: HTC Direct Service Delivery (DSD) 2015 326
SITE_SUPP By program area/support type: VMMC Direct Service Delivery (DSD) 2015 32
SITE_SUPP Number of unique sites supported by PEPFAR 2015 338
VMMC_AE By AE type: Number of VMMC clients with one or more moderate or severe surgical intra-operative AE(s) 2015 13
VMMC_AE By AE Type: Number of VMMC clients with one or more moderate or severe surgical post-operative AE(s) 2015 240
VMMC_AE Number of males circumcised surgically or by medical device that experienced at least one moderate or severe adverse event(s) (AEs) 2015 253
VMMC_CIRC By Age: 10-14 2015 18,626
VMMC_CIRC By Age: 15-19 2015 10,393
VMMC_CIRC By Age: 20-24 2015 7,945
VMMC_CIRC By Age: 25-49 2015 6,624
VMMC_CIRC Number of males circumcised as part of the voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) for HIV prevention program within the reporting period 2015 49,340
VMMC_CIRC Sum of age disaggregates 2015 49,340
Cross Cutting Budget Categories and Known Amounts Total: $1,370,000
Human Resources for Health $800,000
Gender: Gender Based Violence (GBV) $350,000
GBV Prevention
Collection and Use of Gender-related Strategic Information
Motor Vehicles: Purchased $120,000
Gender: Gender Equality $100,000
Changing harmful gender norms and promoting positive gender norms
Key Issues Identified in Mechanism
Mobile Populations
Family Planning